AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventThe fire started in the dining room, but its exact cause had not been determined, said Tom Francis, a spokesman for the Jacksonville Fire-Rescue Department. Neighbor Crystal Galbraith, 20, said she woke up after hearing an explosion. She looked out the window and said the whole house was on fire. “There was no saving them,” she said. “Those babies didn’t have a chance for a life.” JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Fire spread through a mobile home early Friday, killing four young siblings and their grandparents just hours after the family returned from a trip to Louisiana. A family spokesman identified the victims as 6-year-old twins Jennifer and Jessica Church, their brothers Jarod, 7, and James Jr., 12, and their grandparents Franklin Church, 61, and Brenda Church, 57. The children lived with their grandparents, two doors from their father’s home, said family spokesman Tom Marcum, a minister at Mandarin Church of Christ. The children’s mother lived in Louisiana. Neighbors said the family had returned home around 1 a.m., two hours before firefighters arrived to find the home engulfed in flames. A burned van was parked in the driveway with a trailer attached to it. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Researchers overcome a variety of technical challengesGathering the raw data is more challenging than sticking a thermal imaging camera out the window of a plane and snapping a few frames.Hay said by telephone the $650,000 high-resolution camera used to acquire the thermal data could detect differences in rooftop temperatures of as little as 5/100 of a degree Celsius. After the camera was calibrated, data was collected over the city of Calgary over a two-day period in May 2012 by an airplane that flew at 120 knots in a series of overlapping flight lines.Hay and his fellow researchers had to develop several technologies to weed out potential problems and make the data useful. Wind, for example, can change temperatures and throw off results, so the team had to develop algorithms that would compensate for it. They needed software that would accurately stitch together overlapping images without chopping houses in half. The camera had to be mounted on a stable platform and linked accurately with GPS equipment in order to pinpoint houses on Google maps.“The data set itself is about 660 gigabytes,” he said. “Processing that so you can see it on your web browser has been formidable. There have been a lot of challenges.”What’s currently on the web site is phase two of the project. Phase one involved only 368 houses near the university, and making the leap to thousands of homes was an enormous undertaking, he said, involving 6,000 lines of computer code on the main web page alone.Researchers have all the data they need to complete useful thermal images of the entire city, Hay said, but what they don’t have is the roughly $500,000 it would take to process the information and make it accessible on the web site. Funding to date has come from several sources, including the Institute for Sustainable Energy, Environment and Economy, and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.Hay would like to see the city of Calgary or the Province of Alberta pick up the rest. Keeping free access to the site, he said, is key.“It’s a free project,” he said. “We want to make the data sets available. We’re not commercializing anything, at the moment anyway — certainly not. It’s free for all the citizens. It would be great if the city were able to provide it.” Helping people visualize what energy waste meansHay got interested in the project because of shortcomings at his own house, which he described as a relatively new home in a neighborhood of houses costing between $450,000 and $650,000. In other words, not a low-rent district. The house has triple-pane windows, a high-efficiency heating system, and R-50+ insulation in the roof, but Hay came home one day and realized the house was cold.“I thought, ‘Wouldn’t it be great if you could pull out your iPhone or your web device, click on Google maps, and up would come an image showing the energy leaving your home?’ ” he said. “And it would be color-coded from blue to red, and there would be hot spots showing you the hottest locations, and there would be some intelligence on it showing you whether it was linked to doors or windows.”In addition to what’s already on the site, a tantalizing possibility is to add links to skilled builders or renovators, and possibly specific building products, that homeowners could use to fix the problems.Energy savings and reductions in greenhouse gas emissions could be significant, Hay said, if enough people could be motivated to act.“Everyone just needs to do a couple of little things,” he said. “But the biggest problem is very simple. The number-one reason for not being engaged in energy efficiency is simply, people don’t care. Why? Because they can’t see it. How can you be engaged in something you really can’t see? It’s invisible.“So we show the invisible heat. We show it. We make it visible. We tell you how much energy is leaving. We show you where it’s located. And our objective next is to link you with the right individuals, the right companies, to show you what to do about it.”There’s been a lot of interest in the project since the site went live in August, with more than 35,000 site visits from people in 86 different countries, Hay said. A University of Calgary team has combined thermal imaging and Google maps to show thousands of city residents where their houses are leaking energy and how much money they could save by tightening them up.The project, called Heat Energy Assessment Technologies or HEAT, gives residents of some neighborhoods in Calgary, Alberta, access to a free web site where they can pinpoint their home on a familiar Google map. Once the house is highlighted, they get a “HEAT score” showing how much energy is being wasted when compared with other houses in the city, a thermal image that shows hot spots, and projected savings in both dollars and greenhouse gases that would be possible by reducing average roof temperatures.Researchers used a sophisticated thermal imaging camera mounted on an airplane to gather data and process the results for roughly 38,000 homes, a little more than 10% of the city’s total.According to a news report on CBC News, the leader of the project is geography associate professor Geoffrey Hay, who started by testing his own house.“I’m learning from the technology what’s actually wrong with my home,” he told the station. “I was able to put some insulation around my door, and significantly reduce the amount of energy coming out.”
American swimmer Missy Franklin won gold in a tight 100m backstroke final at the London Olympics on Monday. Franklin, 17, edged out Emily Seebohm to win in 58.37 seconds, with the Australian claiming silver clocking 58.65.”It is exceeding the expectations one hundred billion times over! I couldn’t be happier,” said Franklin.On her strategy for the race, she added, “I knew I just had to give it everything I had.”Japan’s Aya Terakawa took the bronze in 58.83.Britain’s world record holder Gemma Spofforth came fifth in 59.20.Franklin, who helped the US to bronze in Saturday’s 4×100 metres medley relay, is expected to win more medals in the other four events she will participate in.
Star batsmen A.B. de Villiers and Virat Kohli smashed quick-fire half-centuries followed by a disciplined bowling effort which guided Royal Challengers Bangalore to a comfortable 13-run victory over Rising Pune Supergiants in an Indian Premier League (IPL) contest in Pune on Friday. (This is how Kohli, De Villiers handed RCB a thumping win over Pune)De Villiers (83 off 46 balls) and Virat Kohli (80 off 63 balls) helped Bangalore post a competitive total of 185/3 in 20 overs. In reply, despite opener Ajinkya Rahane’s 60, the hosts lost wickets at regular intervals and could manage only 172/8 in 20 overs. (Photo Gallery)Kane Richardson (3-13) and Shane Watson (2-31) were the pick of the bowlers for Bangalore, while Harshal Patel and Tabraiz Shamsi claimed one wicket each.Chasing a challenging target of 186, Pune got off to a disappointing start, losing opener Faf du Plessis (2) and Kevin Pietersen (0 retired hurt) inside two overs.The hosts received yet another blow as the side lost Steve Smith (4), after Virat Kohli ran him out to put Pune in a spot of bother at 18/2 in 2.3 overs.But opener Rahane along with new batsman and skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni (41) used their experience to best effect to hold on to the wicket and sneaking in with runs to help team post 36/2 after completion of powerplay.Rahane showed his class yet again with the bat to bring up his half-century in just 37 balls and help team stay in hunt for the run chase.Dhoni-Rahane combined to post 73/2 in 10 overs.Dhoni was aiming to take on the bowlers, but got out in the 16th over to have the team in trouble.advertisementThisara Perera hit Patel for 25 runs in the 18th over to put Pune back into the run chase. But the 19th over saw Watson dismissing Perera to have match turned on in favour of the visitors.Earlier put into bat, Bangalore got off a slow start, losing opener K.L. Rahul (7) in the fourth over to put a breaks on the scoring.But his opening partner Kohli and de Villiers kept the scoreboard ticking, sneaking in with ones, twos to take the score to 48/1 after completion of the powerplay.But soon after the powerplay, the in-form duo unleashed their pyrotechnics to smash boundaries and sixes at regular intervals without losing any wickets to take team to 97/1 in 11 overs that set up the stage for yet another big score.Kohli and de Villiers made it look simple as the Indian and South African pair brought up their 100-run partnership for the second wicket in just 69 balls and helped their team reach 128/1 in 15 overs.The duo put on 155-run partnership for the second wicket to take team to a competitive total, before Kohli and De Villiers were dismissed in successive balls in 20th over.Perera (3-34) was the pick of the bowlers for Pune.Brief Scores: Royal Challengers Bangalore: 185/3 in 20 overs (AB de Villiers 83, Virat Kohli 80; Thisara Perera 3-34) vs Rising Pune Supergiants 172/8 in 20 overs (Ajinkya Rahane 60; Kane Richardson 3-13, Shane Watson 2-31)
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Man City boss Guardiola: I hope Foden is patientby Paul Vegas19 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester City boss Pep Guardiola insists Phil Foden is in his season plans.Guardiola knows that all eyes remain firmly fixed on how he manages Foden.He said: “Phil is 19 years old, so he plays quite enough minutes and he will play a lot this season and the next seasons.“I didn’t speak with him so I don’t know (if he is happy to be patient). Hopefully.“When Phil is here in the first team of Man City it will be because he is ready to play every single game.“Of course he has many things to learn, but a guy of 30 also has a few things to learn.“Phil is so young, but he has the skills. There are things he can improve and that is why we want to help him.”
Keone KelaTEX832+0.2 Chase De JongSEA010-0.4 Miguel CastroBAL301+0.5 Jacob TurnerWSH520-0.0 T. J. McFarlandARI621+0.2 Bud NorrisLAA1771+0.0 Jason GrilliTOR/TEX443-0.8 Jake JunisKC200+0.3 Vidal NunoBAL010-0.4 Brad PeacockHOU101+0.1 Brad HandSD3065+2.1 Albert SuarezSF420-0.2 Hoby MilnerPHI002+0.0 Jumbo DiazTB653-0.9 Jake DiekmanTEX101+0.2 Joe SmithTOR/CLE1811+2.5 Brad BrachBAL2661+1.9 Chris BeckCHW022-0.7 Roberto OsunaTOR26101+0.4 Felipe RiveroPIT3332+3.7 Doug FisterBOS420-0.1 Josh CollmenterATL020-0.7 Brooks PoundersLAA100+0.2 Trevor RosenthalSTL2581+0.6 Josh OsichSF426-0.2 Robert GsellmanNYM210-0.1 Sam FreemanATL1024+0.7 Wade LeBlancPIT232-0.8 Ryan PresslyMIN521+0.0 Ryan TeperaTOR2330+2.5 Wade DavisCHC2611+3.4 Tony ZychSEA853-0.6 Blake WoodCIN432-0.5 Richard BleierBAL421-0.1 Adam WarrenNYY1041+0.1 Jose RamirezATL1744+1.0 A. J. SchugelPIT200+0.3 Nick VincentSEA2336+2.4 Josh RavinLAD010-0.4 Jake McGeeCOL1252+0.1 Josh SmokerNYM723+0.3 Chris DevenskiHOU2186+0.2 Tanner ScheppersTEX101+0.2 Sean DoolittleOAK/WSH1926+2.1 Bryan MorrisSF300+0.4 Kirby YatesLAA/SD951-0.6 Sammy SolisWSH221-0.5 Neil RamirezNYM012-0.4 Juan MinayaCHW202+0.3 Heath HembreeBOS1055-0.2 SOURCE: SEAMHEADS.COM Johnny BarbatoPIT010-0.4 Dario AlvarezTEX201+0.3 Jonathan HolderNYY611+0.6 Pedro StropCHC1724+1.7 Mychal GivensBAL1734+1.6 Tony BarnetteTEX730+0.0 Brett CecilSTL1443+0.5 Sam MollOAK001+0.0 Jorge De La RosaARI1251-0.0 Matt AlbersWSH1124+0.9 Adam OttavinoCOL1373-0.4 Luis GarciaPHI943-0.2 Chad GreenNYY122-0.6 Matt BarnesBOS1673+0.1 Fernando AbadBOS501+0.8 Matt BelisleMIN1943+1.5 Jonathan BroxtonSTL120-0.6 Jose AlvaradoTB743-0.4 Mike DunnCOL1203+1.9 Eric O’FlahertyATL211-0.1 Shane GreeneDET1544+0.8 Jerry BlevinsNYM1557+0.3 Jose LeclercTEX733+0.0 J. C. RamirezLAA020-0.7 David RobertsonCHW/NYY2551+2.0 Craig BreslowMIN010-0.4 Hector SantiagoMIN010-0.4 Fernando RodneyARI2543+2.3 Trevor HildenbergerMIN512+0.4 Tyler OlsonCLE200+0.3 Gabriel YnoaBAL001+0.0 Justin GrimmCHC311+0.1 Cam BedrosianLAA1034+0.4 Craig StammenSD701+1.0 Blaine HardyDET121-0.6 Anthony SwarzakCHW/MIL1820+2.0 Arodys VizcainoATL2162+0.8 Alex WilsonDET1265-0.4 Tony WatsonPIT/LAD2384+0.4 Dustin McGowanMIA412+0.2 Chasen ShreveNYY623+0.2 Emilio PaganSEA330-0.6 Mike MontgomeryCHC1321+1.1 Daniel CoulombeOAK345-1.0 Felix PenaCHC100+0.1 Liam HendriksOAK961-0.9 Xavier CedenoTB013-0.4 Mark MelanconSF1350+0.0 Hansel RoblesNYM952-0.6 Josh HaderMIL532-0.4 Neftali FelizMIL/KC1060-0.7 Casey FienSEA/PHI320-0.3 Joely RodriguezPHI524-0.0 Jose AlvarezLAA554-1.1 Sam TuivailalaSTL321-0.3 Josh EdginNYM525-0.0 Warwick SaupoldDET113-0.2 Jimmy YacabonisBAL300+0.5 Taylor RogersMIN1864+0.6 Chris YoungKC100+0.2 Brent SuterMIL001+0.0 Tony SippHOU110-0.2 Santiago CasillaOAK1783-0.4 Cory GearrinSF932+0.2 Tom WilhelmsenARI112-0.2 Joe BlantonWSH320-0.3 Chris RowleyTOR310+0.1 Mike MorinLAA101+0.2 We’ve spent this season using a new statistic, the goose egg, in search of old-school relief pitchers. Specifically, we’ve been looking for pitchers that replicate some of the success of Hall of Famer Goose Gossage, for whom the goose egg is named. The “firemen” of Gossage’s day didn’t care as much about recording saves. Instead, they pitched in as many high-leverage situations as they could get their hands on: for instance, in tied games, or in the seventh or eighth innings when the situation demanded it. Pitchers like these provided a lot more value to their teams than modern closers who are often used exclusively in save situations. (The goose egg credits pitchers for clutch, scoreless relief innings, whether or not they’re save situations.)From the standpoint of overall bullpen usage patterns, there have been signs of progress around baseball. Major-league teams are placing less emphasis on the save and instead using their best relief pitchers in smarter ways.But no individual pitchers have come close to replicating the workload and value of Gossage, who accumulated a record 82 goose eggs — in 141.2 innings pitched — in 1975. In fact, no pitcher has yet earned even 40 goose eggs so far this season.The major-league leaders are the Dodgers’ Kenley Jansen and the Brewers’ Corey Knebel, who each had 38 goose eggs through Thursday night. Seattle’s Edwin Diaz leads the American League with 33 goose eggs, having helped lead the Mariners to a 25-13 record in one-run games.Knebel has had an outstanding season by any measure, but it’s been a fairly conventional one. The Brewers have dabbled with using him in Gossage-like situations — he’s made seven multi-inning appearances, for instance — but haven’t done so all that consistently.The Dodgers have gone a little further down the goose-feathered road with Jansen, who has 12 multi-inning appearances. The team has also avoided using Jansen with leads of three runs or more, which are usually a waste of an elite reliever’s talents. (A three-run lead is a save situation but not a goose situation.) And Jansen has been remarkably efficient, having converted all 38 of his goose opportunities. Still, Jansen is on pace for only 70 innings — typical for a modern closer, but only about half as many as Gossage threw at his peak.And some pitchers who were handling heavier workloads earlier in the season have seen their teams let up on the gas pedal — or have gotten themselves hurt. An early goose-egg favorite, the Astros’ Chris Devenski, has settled into a more conventional usage pattern as the season has worn on instead of routinely pitching two or more innings at a time. The Indians’ Andrew Miller has been on the DL twice in the past month.So the opportunity to see a truly Gossage-like season won’t happen for at least one more year. In the meantime, you can find complete goose stats for all pitchers this year in the table below. Tommy HunterTB2441+2.2 Dellin BetancesNYY2361+1.5 Dan JenningsCHW/TB248-1.2 Adam ConleyMIA010-0.4 Alex ClaudioTEX1837+1.8 Ben TaylorBOS101+0.2 Phil MatonSD711+0.6 Deolis GuerraLAA720+0.3 Buddy BaumannSD111-0.2 Mike ClevingerCLE010-0.4 Archie BradleyARI2645+2.5 Blake TreinenWSH/OAK1692-0.9 Michael LorenzenCIN2452+1.7 Robert StephensonCIN220-0.5 Matt GraceWSH112-0.2 Jason MotteATL212-0.1 Casey LawrenceTOR/SEA020-0.7 David HernandezLAA/ARI1314+1.6 Paul SewaldNYM752-0.9 Fernando SalasNYM/LAA764-1.2 Kevin SchackelfordCIN100+0.1 Danny BarnesTOR853-0.6 Nick WittgrenMIA611+0.5 Hector NerisPHI2463+1.3 Joe MusgroveHOU300+0.4 Austin Bibens-DirkxTEX001+0.0 Tyler ChatwoodCOL100+0.2 Jacob BarnesMIL2474+0.9 Ryan DullOAK623+0.2 Sam DysonTEX/SF2392+0.1 Matt BushTEX1662+0.4 Tyler LyonsSTL622+0.1 Shawn KelleyWSH620+0.1 Tim AdlemanCIN011-0.4 Carlos TorresMIL643-0.6 Goose stats through Sept. 7, 2017 Jean MachiSEA101+0.2 Frankie MontasOAK110-0.2 Chase WhitleyTB641-0.6 Francis MartesHOU312+0.1 Evan ScribnerSEA020-0.7 Mike MinorKC1963+0.8 Oliver PerezWSH514+0.4 Buddy BoshersMIN010-0.4 Dominic LeoneTOR736+0.0 James PazosSEA1245+0.4 Kelvin HerreraKC2562+1.7 Craig KimbrelBOS2540+2.6 Brian DuensingCHC521-0.0 Alex WoodLAD301+0.4 Kenley JansenLAD3801+5.4 Jayson AquinoBAL010-0.4 Jared HughesMIL942-0.2 Jake PetrickaCHW223-0.4 Blake ParkerLAA1641+1.0 Kevin SiegristSTL812+0.8 Drew VerHagenDET210-0.1 Carlos RamirezTOR400+0.6 Hector RondonCHC1032+0.3 Peter MoylanKC903+1.4 Jim JohnsonATL1983-0.2 Ken GilesHOU1743+1.1 Ryan MadsonOAK/WSH2131+2.0 Bryan ShawCLE2264+1.4 Jake BarrettARI203+0.3 Joe JimenezDET010-0.4 Josh SmithOAK210-0.1 John AxfordOAK120-0.6 Andrew KittredgeTB110-0.2 Kyle BarracloughMIA1741+0.9 Addison ReedNYM/BOS2756+2.1 Marc RzepczynskiSEA1039+0.4 Brad GoldbergCHW001+0.0 Tyler WilsonBAL111-0.2 Matt DermodyTOR301+0.5 Kevin McCarthyKC100+0.2 Brandon MorrowLAD740-0.5 Carson SmithBOS100+0.2 Miguel SocolovichSTL101+0.1 David PhelpsMIA/SEA1683-0.7 Oliver DrakeMIL431-0.5 Jordan LylesCOL210-0.0 Koda GloverWSH822+0.4 Ty BlachSF101+0.1 Tony CingraniCIN/LAD523-0.0 Andrew MillerCLE3152+3.2 PITCHER▲▼TEAM▲▼GOOSE EGGS▲▼BROKEN EGGS▲▼MEHS▲▼GWAR▲▼ J. J. HooverARI632-0.2 Matthew BowmanSTL1755+0.6 Dovydas NeverauskasPIT300+0.4 Greg HollandCOL2450+2.0 Jandel GustaveHOU010-0.4 Domingo GermanNYY010-0.4 Dan AltavillaSEA331-0.6 J. P. HowellTOR010-0.4 Chris HatcherLAD/OAK332-0.7 Rex BrothersATL331-0.7 John BrebbiaSTL103+0.1 Corey KnebelMIL3862+3.4 Nick GoodyCLE011-0.4 Eduardo ParedesLAA200+0.3 Edubray RamosPHI3111-3.7 Kyle RyanDET210-0.1 Josh FieldsLAD542-0.8 Ryan SherriffSTL210-0.1 Robby ScottBOS3210-0.2 Joakim SoriaKC2672+1.5 Stefan ChrichtonBAL010-0.4 Scott AlexanderKC533-0.3 Greg InfanteCHW113-0.2 Carlos EstevezCOL300+0.5 Ryan BuchterSD/KC1463-0.2 Asher WojciechowskiCIN200+0.3 George KontosSF/PIT973-1.3 Jose TorresSD542-0.8 Austin PruittTB300+0.5 Joaquin BenoitPHI/PIT16110-1.8 Adam KolarekTB021-0.7 Pat NeshekPHI/COL2127+2.4 Brandon KintzlerMIN/WSH2944+2.9 Drew SteckenriderMIA610+0.5 Lucas HarrellTOR001+0.0 Luis AvilanLAD534-0.4 Brad BoxbergerTB231-0.8 Brandon WorkmanBOS710+0.8 Brian EllingtonMIA210-0.1 Cody AllenCLE2075+0.7 Jeanmar GomezPHI721+0.3 Ryne StanekTB013-0.4 Matt StrahmKC231-0.8 Steven OkertSF649-0.6 Blaine BoyerBOS611+0.6 Tom KoehlerTOR301+0.5 Yusmeiro PetitLAA1722+1.8 Joe KellyBOS744-0.3 Boone LoganCLE104+0.2 Travis WoodKC331-0.6 Mike PelfreyCHW001+0.0 Mike BolsingerTOR310+0.1 Randall DelgadoARI500+0.8 Koji UeharaCHC1563-0.1 Zach PutnamCHW200+0.3 Ben HellerNYY101+0.2 Joe BiaginiTOR932+0.3 Caleb SmithNYY110-0.2 Francisco RodriguezDET382-2.5 Darren O’DayBAL932+0.3 Yovani GallardoSEA100+0.2 Tyler PillNYM010-0.4 Derek LawSF1131+0.5 Steve CishekSEA/TB723+0.3 Luke JacksonATL100+0.1 Kyle CrickSF100+0.1 Justin HaleyMIN110-0.2 Luis SantosTOR200+0.3 Donnie HartBAL313+0.1 Hector VelazquezBOS500+0.8 Francisco LirianoHOU120-0.6 Chad QuallsCOL210-0.0 Will HarrisHOU1630+1.3 Luke GregersonHOU952-0.5 Zach BrittonBAL1100+1.7 Tommy KahnleCHW/NYY1582-0.6 Kenyan MiddletonLAA621+0.2 Pedro BaezLAD1357-0.0 Austin MaddoxBOS200+0.3 Brad ZieglerMIA932+0.2 Jhan MarinezMIL/PIT320-0.3 Michael FelizHOU110-0.2 Logan VerrettBAL400+0.6 James HoytHOU110-0.2 Rob ScahillMIL110-0.2 Nate JonesCHW410+0.2 Justin WilsonDET/CHC2252+1.5 Zach DukeSTL111-0.2 Al AlburquerqueKC010-0.4 Erik GoeddelNYM111-0.2 Edwin DiazSEA3373+2.4 Zach McAllisterCLE121-0.6 Seung-hwan OhSTL2256+1.3 Ian KrolATL623+0.1 Parker BridwellLAA001+0.0 Sergio RomoLAD/TB330-0.7 Wily PeraltaMIL120-0.6 Aaron BummerCHW251-1.5 Kevin QuackenbushSD120-0.6 Miguel DiazSD010-0.4 Drew StorenCIN423-0.2 Enny RomeroWSH1346+0.4 Wandy PeraltaCIN1533+1.1 PITCHER▲▼TEAM▲▼GOOSE EGGS▲▼BROKEN EGGS▲▼MEHS▲▼GWAR▲▼ Chad BellDET001+0.0 Carl EdwardsCHC1883-0.4 Scott ObergCOL623+0.2 Ricardo PintoPHI111-0.2 Adam MorganPHI500+0.7 Troy ScribnerLAA001+0.0 Ross StriplingLAD961-1.0 Brock StewartLAD200+0.3 Jeurys FamiliaNYM412+0.2 Raisel IglesiasCIN2812+3.8 Ernesto FrieriTEX010-0.4 Alex ColomeTB3264+2.7 Giovanny GallegosNYY010-0.4 Bryan MitchellNYY010-0.4 Aaron LoupTOR5310-0.3 Austin BriceCIN400+0.6 Hunter StricklandSF2151+1.2 Andrew ChafinARI366-1.8 Jesse ChavezLAA111-0.2 Alec AsherBAL311+0.1 Erasmo RamirezTB712+0.7 Jeremy JeffressTEX/MIL231-0.8 Odrisamer DespaigneMIA100+0.1 Antonio BastardoPIT010-0.4 Akeel MorrisATL001+0.0 Diego MorenoTB010-0.4 Ryan GartonTB030-1.1 AJ RamosMIA/NYM1643+0.8 Ronald HerreraNYY010-0.4 Simon CastroOAK011-0.4 Jeff BeliveauTOR111-0.2 Grant DaytonLAD112-0.2 Rubby De La RosaARI011-0.4 Danny FarquharTB/CHW932+0.3 Daniel HudsonPIT754-0.8 Rafael MonteroNYM131-1.0 Daniel StumpfDET214-0.1 Dan OteroCLE200+0.3 Jarlin GarciaMIA014-0.4 Mark LeiterPHI010-0.4 Juan NicasioPIT/PHI1278-0.9 Ricardo RodriguezTEX020-0.7 Tyler DuffeyMIN1133+0.6 Brandon MaurerSD/KC1980-0.2 Robbie RossBOS100+0.2 Aroldis ChapmanNYY1433+1.1 Chris RusinCOL1033+0.5 Tyler ClippardCHW/NYY997-1.9 Junichi TazawaMIA860-1.1 Bruce RondonDET430-0.5
Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, June 9th 2017: An increase in cases of Pink Eye has raised alarm with the Health Ministry in the TCI, prompting it to advise caution to all residents.Conjunctivitis also called, “pink eye”, is an inflammation of the conjunctiva caused by virus, bacteria or allergy. The ministry says symptoms can follow a virus that also causes the common cold, and as a result deems it as highly contagious.Symptoms include, eyes turning pink or red, weeping or oozing a gooey liquid, experience itching and burning, and eyes stuck shut when you first wake up. The advisory says these symptoms can last for several days.However, the ministry says treatment can differ, depending on the cause of contraction. It warns that antibiotics will not help. While you can use warm or cool compresses, to relieve the pain and irritation in the eyes, the ministry says most cases of pink eye go away on its own without treatment, but it is best to see a primary care physician if symptoms are being experienced, to ensure it is treated properly.Meanwhile the ministry has issued some hygienic guidelines to minimize transmission, advising persons with the virus to avoid sharing bed sheets and pillows, towels, tissues and handkerchiefs including cosmetics with unaffected family and friends.It also asks persons to practice hand washing with water and plain soap, and rubbed together for 15 to 30 seconds, while children should be made to wash their hands before and after eating and after touching the eyes, coughing, or sneezing.The ministry says alcohol-based hand rubs or hand sanitizers are a good alternative for disinfecting hands if a sink is not available. And finally, the ministry says persons with viral conjunctivitis must remain home from school and work to avoid spreading the virus to others.#MagneticMediaNews#TCIPinkEyeOutbreak Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Strong and gusty Santa Ana winds, low humidity and warm temperatures prompted the National Weather Service to issue a red flag fire warning Friday denoting a strong risk of wildfire in San Diego County.Along with low humidity levels, the strong Santa Ana winds blowing northeast are to blame for the fire danger, with winds of 15 to 25 mph in the forecast and gusts near 45 mph possible in the county mountains, according to the Santa Ana Wildfire Threat Index. Humidity was expected to drop to 15-20 percent Friday.The red flag warning went into effect at 3 Friday morning and will last until 10 p.m. Friday evening for the county mountains and valleys.Vegetation will be dry enough to result in rapid spread of flames should ignition occur, according to the wildfire threat index.San Diego County residents were urged to avoid outdoor burning during the warning.Warm seasonal temperatures were also expected to add to the potential fire danger. High temperatures Friday will be 85 to 87 degrees near the coast and inland, 86 to 91 degrees in the western valleys, 79 to 84 in the foothills, 69 to 76 in the mountains and around 87 in the deserts, NWS forecasters said.According to Cal Fire San Diego Unit Chief Tony Mecham, residents should take measures to safeguard themselves and their homes, including clearing flammable vegetation to create roughly 100 feet of “defensible space” around residences; developing an emergency evacuation plan; and planning in advance which important documents, heirlooms, photos and medications to quickly gather prior to any evacuation.County officials also recommend that residents register their mobile phones on the county’s emergency-alert system, AlertSanDiego, and download the free SD Emergency App. Residents can learn more about fire safety and preparedness online at ReadySanDiego.org.“The humidity will recover tonight and not be as low on Saturday with gusty winds diminishing Saturday afternoon,” NWS forecasters said. October 19, 2018 KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, Posted: October 19, 2018 Strong Santa Ana winds prompt red flag warning for San Diego County Categories: Local San Diego News, Weather FacebookTwitter